Dyson announces it’s new robot vacuum, the Dyson 360 Eye

Since its release in 2002 the iRobot Roomba has sold over 10 million units. With the popularity of the robot vacuum people have naturally been waiting for Dyson to toss their hat into the robot vacuum arena but so far they have demurred.

That changed today with Dyson’s announcement of its new 360 Eye unit.

Unique 360° vision system

The future of robot navigation technology

Just like you, Dyson 360 Eye™ robot constantly observes and interprets its surroundings. But unlike you, it sees all around the room at once.

This unique 360° vision system uses complex mathematics, probability theory, geometry and trigonometry to map and navigate a room. So it knows where it is, where it’s been and where it’s yet to clean.

Dyson cyclones capture dirt and microscopic dust. For Dyson 360 Eye™ robot, Dyson engineers designed our smallest Radial Root Cyclone™ technology yet. It generates high centrifugal forces to capture particles as small as pollen and mould.

To create powerful suction you need a powerful motor. But powerful motors are big and heavy so Dyson engineers designed the Dyson Digital Motor V2.

It’s light and small, yet extremely powerful – using digital pulse technology to enable it to spin at up to 78,000 rpm. It generates the highest suction of any robot vacuum.*

The 360 Eye hasn’t hit the shelves yet nor has pricing for the vacuum been released yet. You can sign up to be notified via email when the device goes on sale in your country by visiting dyson360eye.com.

Posted by James Poling

A socialist, tinkerer, thinker, question asker and all around curiosity seeker. If you'd like to reach me you can use the contact link above or email me at jamespoling [at] gmail [dot] com.

2 Comments

  1. Welcome Vacuum Overloads!!

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    1. I’m cool with the entire human race being enslaved if it means we all have really clean floors. Sounds fair.

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